02/02/2019

The first official trek to Gobbler’s Knob to celebrate Groundhog day was in 1887, although Punxsutawny has celebrated groundhog day since the early 180’s.  Legend has it that if Phil…

11/15/2019 to 01/05/2020

Started in 1997 as a way to keep park employees working during the off season, Lakemount Park’s Holiday Lights on the Lake has grown quickly into an amazing and widely…

11/22/2019 to 12/30/2019

The Christmas lights of Overly’s Country Christmas are magical.  Trees are set ablaze with thousands of tiny lights, and illuminated fence posts trim the lanes.  All the houses and churches…

01/10/2020 to 01/11/2020

Break the winter blues with the annual January Ice Jam.  This festival is an absolute must for all bluegrass fans.  Seemingly every bluegrass band from the tri-state area shows up…

01/17/2020 to 01/19/2020

The PA Wilds can be surprisingly rugged and vast.  So when Warren County Winterfest boasts itself as the biggest winter event in the region it better be able to deliver. …

01/17/2020 to 01/19/2020

Fire and Ice Festival is a little winter gem that will help break the winter doldrums.  Held every weekend before Martin Luther King Day, Fire and Ice is a great…

01/18/2020 to 01/26/2020

Two towns, New Hope in PA and Lambertville in NJ, get together to celebrate the Winter Festival which occurs in late January each year. The festival includes signature events, some…

01/25/2020 to 01/26/2020

Ligonier Ice Fest is renowned for its ice sculptures.  Nearly fifty of these arctic beauties are put on display in the town square and they draw thousands of spectators.  Professionally…

01/25/2020 to 01/26/2020

At the Winter Family Festival at Parker Dam visitors can experience old sports with a creative twist.  Not enough to have just a foot race through the cold, this festival…

01/25/2020

Marienville is considered the snowmobile capitol of Pennsylvania and there is no better way to experience that truism than with a trip to the annual Marienville Winterfest.  Winterfest is a…